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U of Michigan President Urges Obama To Address Increasing College Costs

Escalating costs are making higher education inaccessible, and it is time to resolve the issue, University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman wrote in an open letter to President Barack Obama.

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Occupy Protesters Descend On U-M Regents Meeting

A protest by a group calling itself Occupy U-M is gathering at the University of Michigan's Board of Regents meeting to protest escalating tuition rates.

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Judge Rejects Claim That Cal State Tuition Hike Was Illegal

A Cal State L.A. student had sought a preliminary injunction to block the 9% increase for next fall, arguing that the system's trustees violated public meeting laws during a session disrupted by protesters.

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UC Berkeley To Offer Financial Aid To More Middle-Income Families

Students from households earning $80,000 to $140,000 will be eligible for a new aid program at UC Berkeley, funded by philanthropy and tuition from an influx of out-of-state students.

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Higher Education: Texas State Universities To Seek Tuition Hikes

Texas students planning on attending a state university next year should get ready to dig deeper into their pockets for that education.

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UConn Tuition Could Go Up 5 or 6 Percent Next Year

Still in discussions phase, no definite proposal; next year's hike likely to be more than this year's 2.4 percent

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Update: Regents Approve 3.75% Tuition Hike For Universities

Iowans attending the state’s public universities will see a 3.75 percent tuition hike next fall.

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Over Student Objections, Regents Raise Undergraduate Tuition 8 Percent

Attention Nevada college students: Your tuition is going up again next year.

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Ball State Offers Cash-Saving Options

Gora: Package could cut tuition costs by $6,000

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